Social Justice! Stereotype and Race! Special Education

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A small unit of lessons highlighting Stereotype and Race. An introduction for Special Education students into race, stereotype, and differences.

THIS REQUIRES A STORY: Same, Same but Different by Jenny-Kostecki-Shaw

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  • People can be the same or different: 2 vocabulary words and cards and 3 practice worksheets.
  • Same, Same, and Different Read Aloud: Adapted Story Board and 2 story comprehension worksheets.
  • Stereotype: 4 vocabulary words and cards and 3 practice worksheets.
  • 4 Race/Racism Simple Stories
  • 4 Race/Racism Adapted Books
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